Weekly Alibi
 Jun 21 - 27, 2012 
The Alibi travels back in time to revisit a 1999 interview with the late, great sci-fi author Ray Bradbury.
NEWS/OPINION
Nursing homes can mean the loss of familiar comforts, routines, social connections and independence. So why was a plan to help increase the number of people moving into independent living situations axed by the state without warning?
MUSIC
Felix y los Gatos makes gritty, low-down, bottom-of-the-bottle blues and rock and roll that mixes the flavors of South Louisiana and the South Valley.
FOOD
Despite its hip, candy-coated veneer, Tía Betty Blue’s offers serious food that's simple but thoughtful, and different—as in blue corn waffle boat with fruit and lavender whipped cream different.
FILM & TV
Disney and Pixar have stamped their names on a project that plays to the strengths of both companies—the glorious family fantasy Brave.
ARTS/LIT
Acclaimed, 88-year-old Western writer and Duke City dweller Max Evans talks about famous friendships, growing up in Lea County and how nobody cares about cowboys.
FREE WILL ASTROLOGY

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